The digital cluster is not working for the gas gauge and the heater and a/c. The heater nor the a/c is working. It is on a 1989 cadillac deville front wheel drive. Also is there a site i could go to to download a manual.
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Thankypou for writng us.In this case Gas gauge donst come with fuse. Possible Things 1. Gas Gauge Unit Faulty 2. Cluster Unit Faulty (Which Shows the Indication) 3. Wire Disconnected form Cluster meter to Gas Gauge Thanks & Regards Yogesh Mule
All of these gauges are digital are controlled by a computer in the instrument cluster. You will need to remove the cluster and send it out for repair by a factory approved instrument cluster repair center. You can find these on line. JUst Goggle "Dodge Instrument Cluster repair"
This is a ground problem. There are cluster grounds on the bolts that bolt the engine and trans together. You will have two of them one in the front under the front engine mounting bracket and one towards the back of the car almost right under the EGR. This is a common problem and requires a quite a bit of time to get to the two bolts to clean the connections on the grounding clusters. I ran into this problem after replacing my engine and it took me several hours before I finally found this problem. Good luck!
The light behind myRemove the cluster bezel from the instrument panel. See Cluster Bezel in this group for the procedures. Remove the four screws that secure the instrument cluster to the instrument panel Instrument Cluster Remove/Install Pull the instrument cluster rearward to disengage the two self-docking wire harness connectors NOTE: The instrument cluster has two self-docking wire harness connectors that will be automatically aligned with, and connected to the instrument panel wire harness when the cluster is installed in the instrument panel. Remove the instrument cluster from the vehicle. Reverse the removal procedures to install. Tighten the mounting screws to 2.2 N·m (20 in. lbs.) when I turn my headlights on. All the other gauges are lit, but not the gas gauge. How do I get in there to replace the bulb and fix this? Or is it a fuse problem? I have a 1998 jeep scout Thanks